Greens launch manifesto for Devon
The new leader of the Green Party has visited the Westcountry to launch a manifesto for Devon.
Natalie Bennett together with leading candidates standing in the Devon County Council elections launched the manifesto outside County Hall in Exeter.
Ms Bennett gave her full backing to measures for Devon including a county-wide Buy Local and Buy Green campaign. She also showed her support for other ideas including the development of community-owned renewable energy schemes and a 20mph speed limit on all residential streets.
She met with several local traders and directors of stores in the city including Real Food cooperative in Paris Street.
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Ms Bennett said: "It's great to see these and other independent businesses thriving. We need strong local economies built around small businesses which provide employment and keep money circulating locally."
Audaye Elesedy, chairman of Exeter Green Party said: "We managed to talk about some of the key issues for the upcoming county council elections with her with a particular focus on local independent businesses and enterprises."